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Surgical myocardial revascularization is the most frequent cardiac intervention and one of the greatest achievements in surgery. It consists of bypassing the blood flow through native coronary arteries with high-grade stenosis or occlusion that cannot be solved by angioplasty with the introduction of an endovascular prosthesis.  Cardiovascular diseases can manifest itself in many forms: high...

[bt_drop_cap type=”1/2/3″]C[/bt_drop_cap]uba has a highly developed health care system, which can be compared to those of more industrialized countries. The Cuban health care system has many new and unique features. It is funded by the Revolutionary State and is based on the needs of the population rather than on financial solvency ratios. Medical and dental...

Lung carcinoma is the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide. In lung cancer, the healthy cell that becomes the tumor cell is in the epithelium lining the entire respiratory tree from the trachea to the thinnest terminal bronchiole. Symptoms may include cough, chest discomfort or pain, weight loss and less frequently hemoptysis (coughing up blood)....

A hallucination is a false perception in the absence of a related sensory stimulus. Auditory hallucinations are a subjective, transient and extraordinarily varied mental phenomenon. In a simpler definition, it is a perception without object, where the patient perceives sounds without any real auditory stimulus. Auditory hallucinations do not constitute a disease in themselves, as...

Public Health Improvement: Strengthening Egyptian-Cuban Relations CAIRO – 18 April 2022: Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, as well as Acting Health Minister, Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, commended the depth and strength of Egyptian-Cuban relations. Recognizing the importance of collaboration, he emphasized the need to enhance cooperation between Egypt and Cuba in the fields of...

Cuba’s local but efficacious approach to COVID-19 vaccine development is laudable. Cuba has adopted intense production and deployments of country-made vaccines while other Latin American countries look up to foreign aids in containing the pandemic. Vaccine production in Cuba has helped the island nation cater for mass vaccination of Cubans without breaking the national budget...

Drug and substance abuse has taken a higher toll in recent times. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime has accounted that over 275 million between 15-64 years of age abuse drugs and substances at least once a day. The higher rates of drug and substance abuse have not been unconnected to ravaging consequences...

Orthopedic is the area of medicine that involves caring for the musculoskeletal body system. The medical area focuses on bones, tendons, ligaments and joints treatment. An orthopedist is a specialist who deals in orthopedics and combines surgical and non-surgical approaches to treating musculoskeletal difficulties including back and joint problems, bone fractures, soft tissue injuries, neck...

Often, people generalize concepts in the ophthalmology branch of medicine; Ophthalmologists, optometrists and opticians are regularly used as one. However, the concepts differ. Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine that involves caring for the eye. A medical doctor in the ophthalmology practice is identified as an ophthalmologist. The doctor must have completed six-eight years of...

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